Supporting Media Partners and Associations
The European Association of Mining Industries, Metal Ores, and Industrial Minerals (Euromines) is the recognized representative of the European mining industry. The association, which represents 350,000 jobs in the EU in 18 EU countries and 42 different commodities, provides a network for cooperation and the exchange of information, and has links to contacts with the mining community throughout the world. Its membership also includes technology providers for the extractive industry. Euromines establishes constructive dialogue with governmental institutions to ensure early consultation on areas of EU policy affecting the industry, and assert the industry’s views and positions.
The Mining Industry Professionals group is the LinkedIn networking group for professionals who work in the Mining Industry. LinkedIn is a business-oriented networking site. Founded in December 2002 and launched in May 2003, it is mainly used for professional networking. LinkedIn reports more than 433 million registered users, spanning more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.
Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) is an alliance of oil sands producers focused on accelerating the pace of environmental performance improvement in Canada’s oil sands through collaborative action and innovation. Through COSIA, member companies capture, develop and share the most innovative approaches and best thinking to improve environmental performance in the oil sands, focusing on four Environmental Priority Areas (EPAs) – tailings, water, land and greenhouse gases, and we work with some of the world’s top scientists, developing technologies to solve some of the world’s biggest environmental challenges. To date, COSIA member companies have shared 936 distinct technologies and innovations that cost almost $1.33 billion to develop. Find out how environmental performance is being accelerated in Canada’s oil sands through cosia.ca.
Mining Magazine of Kazakhstan is the scientific and technological as well as a production journal, full-color illustrated publication. It has been published bi-monthly since 2003, its circulation amounts to 1500 copies, each issue carrying a brief Kazakh, Russian and English summary of the materials published. Provides exhaustive information on matters relating to the development of deposits, new technologies, mining transport and processing equipment, mining geology, ecology etc.
Jobs4mining.com is an online jobs board, dedicated to the mineral mining and extractive industries. We enable mining companies and recruiters to connect with mining professionals around the world. Employers can advertise vacancies for as little as £110 and receive responses to their e-mail address or company application system. Candidates register free of charge on our secure and confidential database. We aim to provide a personal and professional service to mining companies, recruiters, and candidates.
The Mining Industry (Gornaya Promyshlennost) is an international specialized scientific and technical journal dedicated to the progress and latest engineering developments in mining, mining engineering and processing equipment, modern computer systems, scientific studies, R&D, state of the mineral resources market, experience in investments into mining both in the FSU countries and abroad. It is published bi-monthly since 1994. Among our permanent subscribers are all the largest mining enterprises of Russia and FSU countries, the journal is also amply represented at various international exhibitions and conferences, sent by registered circulation to the heads of regional administrations all over Russia.
The 8th Mining and Exploration Forum – MINEX Central Asia will be held in Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan on 18 – 20 April 2017. Organised under the slogan “‘Developing balanced regulation and technological competence for successful mining”, MINEX Central Asia 2017 Forum will bring together government regulators, mining companies, investors, experts, financiers and service companies from Central Asia and overseas. The Forum will offer an industry-wide discussion platform organised on the backdrop of the strategic rethinking of the economic priorities and emerging role of the mining industry as a potential backbone for economic growth of the mineral-rich countries of Central Asia.
Born from the knowledge and determination of a qualified horticulturalist, Green Hip workwear is designed by women, for women. It’s engineered, tested and crafted to provide high quality functional workwear that meets all workplace requirements. Since 2010 Green Hip’s premium workwear has enabled women to achieve their best while looking and feeling their best.
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The Finnish Network for Sustainable Mining was established in May 2014 to produce new instruments to enhance the sustainability of mining operations in Finland. Since then, the network has published separate sustainability standards for mining and ore exploration, a toolbox for local actions, and a corporate social responsibility report in Finnish covering the activities of 19 mining and ore exploration companies in Finland.
The Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper (Związek Pracodawców Polska Miedź) was established in 1996 by KGHM Polska Miedź S.A capital group, a leading producer of copper and silver. It was a response to the ongoing revolutionary change in the Polish economy, of ownership in particular, but also as an answer to the strong position of trade unions, which were then the only social partner in negotiations over directions for system transition.
We are the biggest, independent and not-for-profit regional employers’ organization whose goal is to represent and protect employers’ interests in the Lower Silesia (Poland). In its mission, the Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper pledged to protect entrepreneurs from excessive employee privileges and engage in dialogue with government and trade unions. We take responsibility for disseminating good management practices and entrepreneurships through organizing training sessions, seminars and conferences for both members and non-members. Additionally, we provide services to our members with regard to EU policy and a network for information exchange and co-operation throughout industry sectors worldwide.
Read more: http://pracodawcy.pl/en/home/
CEMI – the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation is a national not-for-profit organization that directs and coordinates step-change innovation in the areas of exploration, deep mining, integrated mine engineering, underground mine construction and environment and sustainability for the metal mining industry. CEMI engages in cross-sector collaboration with Canadian and global mining companies, universities & colleges, governments and innovative SMEs within the service and supply sector. With a seasoned team of program directors, CEMI identifies, assesses and manages industry-focused applied research and business-led programs such as the Ultra-Deep Mining Network (UDMN) and the Innovation & Prosperity Office (IPO).
The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) is the professional body for the international materials, minerals and mining community, providing professional accreditation and qualifications, training and professional development. Numbering over 18,000 individuals worldwide, members come from a variety of backgrounds and sectors, from students to company chief executives. Members qualify for different grades of membership, ranging from Affiliate to Fellow, depending on academic qualifications and professional experience. Our professional development programme helps contribute to members’ career enhancement towards senior grades of membership, as well as Chartered Engineer (CEng), Chartered Scientist (CSci) and Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) status.
IOM3 offers its members all the benefits of a large professional engineering institution: library and information services, professional and academic publications, technical conferences, training courses, members’ magazines, prestige London headquarters, regional offices, and a network of local societies. Active Special Interest Groups exist for members engaged in Mining Technology and in Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy.
IOM3 is a major international engineering institution which exists to promote and develop all aspects of materials science and engineering, geology, mining, mineral and petroleum engineering and extraction metallurgy. IOM3 is a leading authority in the worldwide materials and mining community, with interests encompassing the complete materials cycle, from exploration and extraction, characterisation, processing, forming, finishing and application, to product recycling and land reuse.
The key objective is to share the latest developments on mining expertise, activities, developments and research in Europe and beyond. The international exchange of professionals from industry, academia and governments helps to gain “knowledge to resource the future“.
The Conference will address a series of topics with a focus on Mineral resources, Mining technologies and Responsible mining.
Authors are invited to submit abstracts (until 1 April 2017), for possible inclusion as poster or oral presentation in the Conference program.
Register now: http://www.aims.rwth-aachen.de/
The GDMB Society of Metallurgists and Miners is an international forum for technical-scientific exchange of experiences between industry, public authorities and science. It is an important part of the international network in the areas of raw material extraction and non-ferrous metallurgy. As a publisher of specialist literature, the GDMB is an important industry-specific source of information. http://www.gdmb.de/en/gdmb-verlag-gmbh/about-us/
The Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce Inc. (CGCIC) is the official representative of German industry in Canada and was the first Chamber of Commerce worldwide to establish a Competence Centre for Mining and Mineral Resources. The Competence Centre’s primary mandate is to build strategic business partnerships between Canada and Germany in the mineral resources sector to facilitate market entries for German mining supply companies, support partnerships for innovation and research, and to connect Canadian mining projects with German end-using manufacturing companies.
Miningmetalnews.com is a brand new portal with the latest news for the metal and mining industry all over the world.
The Geological Survey of Finland (GTK) is a leading European competence centre on assessment and sustainable use of geological resources. We provide expertise that serves the interests of our clients, stakeholders and society as a whole. Working closely with our clients and partners, we create solutions that lead to new technologies and business areas, as well as promote sustainable growth.
Mining for Generations – Mining by Sweden is a Swedish government and industry initiative launched during 2016. This communication platform is run by Business Sweden in dialogue with the different stakeholders within the mining industry in Sweden.
Mining for generations -platform promotes Swedish mining industry internationally aiming to increase collaboration and contacts across borders both between mining companies, technology companies and academia www.miningforgenerations.com